byUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Visual Aids Service
Examines the tools and processes used to make parts called for in engineering drawings and blueprints. Compares conventional vs. automatic machines Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Engineering drawings Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Thirty demonstrations illustrate the behavior of structures consisting primarily of grids of beams and flat or folded plates. Shows load-carrying mechanisms of grids and plates, including load-carrying capacity due to the stretching of their middle plane through membrane stresses. Offers examples of actual flat, ribbed, and folded plate structures. From the Mechanics of Structures and Materials series Summary/ip>Robert A Heller presents experiments which show how grids and plates in... Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Grillages (Structural engineering), Plates (Engineering), Stress... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
students will learn how patterns, functions and algebra can help NASA engineers design new ways of propelling spacecraft and how electricity and magnetism are being used to replace the fuel-consuming rocket propulsion commonly used to deliver a push to spacecraft. Students will discover three projects that use electromagnetism in a dynamic way: the Magnetic Levitation Launch System (MagLev), the Propulsive Small Expendable Deployer System (ProSEDS), and the student-designed Icarus satellite.... Topics: NASA, algebra, maglev, engineering
Produced in the 1950s, "Stop Fires Save Jobs" was produced by American insurance companies as part of an educational program in co-ordination with National Fire Prevention Week. The film was widely screened at corporations and civic clubs across the country in the 1950s and shown as part of Civil Defense preparedness training. The film introduces the common causes of industrial fires and how to prevent them, the concept of flashpoint, classes of fires, and fire extinguishers,... Topics: Fire Safety, Fire Protection Engineering, Fire, Fire alarm, Fire Extinguisher, Industrial Fire,...
This rarely seen 1940s corporate film attempts to explain the history of the H.J. Heinz Company and one of its all time great products, tomato ketchup. It starts over a hundred years ago with a search for tomatoes...and that's about 13 minutes of story. Finally the right seeds are developed by a firm that ends up being called the Livingston Seed Company. The experimentation done by Heinz to develop the perfect ketchup is dramatized at 14:30, with chemical analysis of different tomato... Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, H. J. Heinz Company, Ketchup, Heinz Tomato Ketchup, Food, Tomato,...
In this episode of NASA CONNECT™, students will learn about the International Space Station (ISS), why it is being built, and how it provides first-hand experiences with the space program. NASA engineers will discuss several components of the ISS, their functions, and the different types of research being conducted in the station’s unique, microgravity environment. Students will also discover how microgravity affects human beings in space and will observe NASA engineers using functions and... Topics: NASA, International Space Station, microgravity, engineering
Introduction to Amplifiers is a training video for testing and understanding discreet components in the electronics industry. Topics: vhs, electronics, amplifiers, electrical engineering, testing Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Lesson three of a five part video training covering testing, schematics, and operations of multistage amplifiers. Topics: vhs, electronics, electrical engineering, multistage amplifiers Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
part 5 - Ancillary electrical services, part 6 - Special electrical practice for oil, gas, and chemical tankers, part 7 -Electrical survey requirements Topics: vhs, marine engineering, ships, electrical equipment Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Lesson Five of a five part training video series covering the topic "troubleshooting amplifiers". Instructor demonstrates trouble diagnosis and correct operations of amplifiers using various test equipment used for discrete components. Topics: vhs, Carl Groom, troubleshooting, electrical engineering, electronics, amplifiers Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
byDepartment of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service
Civilian Conservation Corps units dredge silt from the beds of trout streams, construct dams to filter debris from the streams, check stagnant ponds and creeks from flowing into the streams, and stock the streams with young trout taken from a fish hatchery.National Archives Identifier: 7409Local Identifier: 33.520Creator(s): Department of Agriculture. Federal Extension Service. (01/02/1954 - 04/13/1970) (Most Recent)From:* Series : Motion Picture Films, compiled ca. 1915 - ca. 1959* Record... Topics: Dams, Hydraulic engineering, Motion pictures, Living New Deal
Lesson Four of a five part training video series which covers the topic "operational amplifiers". The course includes testing, schematics, and operations of op amps. Topics: vhs, operational amplifiers, electronics, discreet components, electrical engineering, testing Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Lesson two of a five part training video series covering testing, operation and schematics of single stage amplifiers. Topics: vhs, electronics, electrical engineering, testing, single stage amplifiers Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
This 1950s U.S. Navy recruiting film shows the activities of the U.S. Civil Engineer Corps and the Naval Construction Battalions known as the Seabees. The film includes footage of Port Hueneme, home of the Seabees in this era, and shows the responsibilities of officers in the corps who supervise Navy base utilities including maintenance and operation of the sewer and electrical systems, transportation systems, building management and Navy housing, and more "public works" agenda... Topics: Combat Engineer, United States navy, civil Engineering, Port Hueneme, U.S. Navy
Part 1- Ships Electrical Systems, Part 2 - Electrical Distribution, Part 3 - Alternators and Main Circuit Breakers, Part 4 - motors and starters.Step by step illustration and demonstrations for marine electrical systems. Topics: vhs, marine electrical systems, testing, ship electrical systems, marine engineering, Robert... Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Created in 1959, "The Drama of Metal Forming" is an exceptional film that shows the forming of metal in a foundry. It was directed by Peter DeNormanville and produced by the famed editor Raymond Spottiswoode, the father of Hollywood director Roger Spottiswoode and distant relative of the Swindon Bakery's famous chef Angus Spottiswoode. Slabbing mills are rollers are shown, almost certainly located in the UK, and the many processes used to create finished parts such as railway car... Topics: Metal, Film, Shell Company, Shell Oil Company, Foundry, Royal Dutch Shell, Metal, Ingots,...
With Gemini 5's space flight as a backdrop, the impending destruction of Hurricane Betsy, or 'Billion-dollar Betsy' as she came to be known, is expressed in vivid shots of the storm forming and trekking across the Atlantic. 'A Hurricane Called Betsy,' shows the monstrously disastrous, billion dollar, storm as it slammed into New Orleans at 110 miles per hour, with stories and tales from people in the midst of the chaos. Hurricane Betsy was a costly precursor to the levee breaches of Hurricane... Topics: Tiros Weather Satellite, Project Gemini, Hurricane Betsy, Hurricane, Storm, Corps Of Engineering,...
This film was made for teachers as a reminder that learning disabilities and less-than-ideal home environments can affect students' performance and behavior. While this film was supposed to foster compassion for these children, some scenarios are so troubling and overdramatic that they could invoke a teacher's pity, thus allowing troubled students to pass onto the next grade without learning anything. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topic: social engineering
Young Tommy sneaks around and discovers that his parents work hard to take care of him and his messes. After watching them slave and toil, he learns that he should be "a real member of his family team," so he can get a bigger allowance. Films like this tried to introduce kids to the idea of being a productive member of society. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 7 reviews ) Topic: social engineering
byDepartment of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures
Reel 1 shows rain storms and flooded streams, the flooded Tennessee River valley, Norris Dam and Wilson Dam, and a panorama of eroded land. Phosphate fertilizer is made in an electric furnace at Muscle Shoals, is bagged, and is shipped to the farmer. Contrasts productivity of fertilized and non-fertilized land. Reel 2 shows crops and cattle on a farm, a delegation of farmers conferring with a county agent, the power house at Wilson Dam, electric power lines and towers, a reservoir, and a... Topics: Cattle, Dams, Electric apparatus and appliances, Electric engineering, Erosion, Floods, Irrigation,...
This film prepares elementary school kids for the harsh lessons of junior high: You will no longer be the smartest or best athlete. Your carefree days of the teacher holding your hand are over. Your friends will leave you to befriend more interesting kids. You can be an individual by following the interests and clothing styles of the popular people. And finally, you are responsible for remembering your own gym locker combination. To license this film and get a higher quality version for... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 6 reviews ) Topic: social engineering
In a departure from Sid Davis' traditional "kids in peril" scenarios, this film introduces us to Skipper - a bigoted dog who doesnt like the "funny looking' diverse neighborhood kids that his owner is playing with. Skipper also has problems with the neighborhood dogs, but learns his lesson when he accidentally gets covered in poster paint. Even though this film is awkward and the message is forced, it is one of the first made for young children that addresses the problems of... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 7 reviews ) Topics: social engineering, kids and kritters
Help us get more films like this online! This film was digitized and uploaded thanks to contributions from this project: www.indiegogo.com/avgeeks100miles In hopes of keeping kids' attention, social engineering films would often use supernatural elements to make their points. In this film, we see a magic talking mirror that reflects bratty kids as clowns. Most of the misbehaving kids understand how their behavior is disruptive and make amends. Surprisingly, one kid doesnt care if he is a... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 14 reviews ) Topic: social engineering
The rude, clumsy puppet Mr. Bungle shows kids how to behave in the school cafeteria - the assumption being that kids actually want to behave during lunch. This film has a cult following since it appeared on a Pee Wee Herman HBO special. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 34 reviews ) Topics: social engineering, puppet chaos